Howard Leight Impact Sport Electronic Earmuff NRR 22dB

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SKU: HL-R01526
UPC: 033552015260

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Impact Sport by Howard Leight keeps wearers protected from hazardous noise and connected to their environment. Impact Sport employs built-in directional microphones that amplify range commands and other ambient sounds to a safe 82dB, providing more natural listening and enhancing communication. For protection, Impact Sport actively listens and automatically compresses amplification when ambient impact sound reaches 82dB, and passively blocks out noise at 22dB.

Directionally placed stereo microphones amplify and enhance sound for more natural hearing
Ideal for all shooters
Limits sound amplification to 82dB
Automatic shut-off and AUX signal input
New easy-access battery compartment
2 AAA batteries included

Customer Reviews

(3.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 6/18/2020, said:
1 stars out of 5
Im sure they'd be fine for someone with a larger head than mine, but it does not adjust small enough to create a seal around my ears. I am able to get a decent seal with the headband not making contact anywhere on my head. Also, I can't get a cheek weld with these things. But I guess these are fine if you're large and shoot handguns only
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2. on 12/7/2011, said:
5 stars out of 5
I had a pair of Peltor's for a while, but they don't hold a candle to these. With the peltors, it's SUPER hard to get to the batteries to change them. On these, super simple. Also, only one on switch, not one on each ear. Also, it REALLY gives you superhuman hearing when you're not shooting. Great for hearing that *PING* of the steel at a few hundred yards. Additionally, it's got an AUX input for an MP3 player (don't worry, it keeps it low so you can still hear), or as I use it, for a Walkie Talkie. For the money, these are some pretty great ears.
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